After a short and intense setup, we are ready to present the Offsec Exploit Archive. We’ve recreated the milw0rm database, updated it and are now accepting submissions. The purpose of the site is to provide researchers and security enthusiasts a repository of exploits, and when possible, the relevant affected software. We’ve started the party by […]
The topic for this month is Pretexting. Pretexting is one of the key components of social engineering. When we decided to search out a professional radio host we never thought we would meet one as dynamic and intriguing as Tom Mischke. Join us as Tom helps us analyze a side of pretexting we rarely consider. […]
When we decided to do the release of our first podcast we had many people who were skeptical about Interrogation and Social Engineering actually meshing. A lot of people weren’t even sure if they could ever be tied in. Well we did it. We found a willing participant, Matt Churchill. He was not only willing […]
The topic for this month is Interview and Interrogation Tactics. Release Date 05 October 2009 1 Download 2 Podcast Notes 3 Get Involved Download You can download it direct: Interrogation and Social Engineering Episode 001 Sponsors This episode is sponsored by John E. Reid & Associates, Inc. Of Course, we can’t thank Offensive Security […]
The day has finally arrived… we just released our first podcast. I really hope you like it, we had a great time. We look forward to your feedback…. Check out the podcast page for more news.
So last night we hosted an awesome session with Dave “Rel1K” Kennedy and many who had questions. What follows is the transcripts for that conversation. Enjoy and keep checking in because we will be hosting more sessions like this. loganWHD: so tell us the story of how SET was created ReL1K: Well, long story short […]
For years studies have come out that link the fact that people from all cultures across the globe associate the lack of eye contact with their belief the person is lying. Is this true? How can we tell? Much research has been done on this fact. Dr. Paul Ekman and Dr. David Matsumoto have devoted […]
It may be the opinion of some that “Social Engineering is just believing in your lie” or “SE is a matter of who is the best liar” and even “Social Engineering is a matter of just making up a believable story.” Some believe that social engineering is no more than smoke and mirrors and con’ing people. We thought we would reach out and try to dispel some of these myths by writing a small series of articles about this question. The series will be called “How To Become a Social Engineer”